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A new species of Takydromus lizard was discovered on our 2016 Tropical Field Biology Workshop

Northeast Program

We conduct species-specific research utilizing Lawachara National Park in northeast Bangladesh as an experimental platform. Our work results in sustainable management decisions applicable to species conservation throughout human-modified landscapes of Asia. You can study globally-threatened Burmese pythons, Chinese pangolins and elongated tortoises using radio-telemetry equipment in this mixed-evergreen forest surrounded by the famous Sylhet tea gardens. Lawachara also serves as our base of operations for our annual Tropical Field Biology Course, previously known as the Bangladesh Python Project Workshop. To learn more, please visit our Tropical Field Biology Workshop page.

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